Marine energy make waves

February 2011
Utility Week;2/25/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p15
Trade Publication
This article deals with the marine energy issue facing the British government. Energy and Climate Change Minister Greg Barker is advocating for the establishment of marine energy parks, which he claims could draw together research and development, manufacturing and other sector expertise in one place. He believes that the South West has the potential to be the first marine energy park. It notes that ministers are being probed by Members of Parliament on the implications of the solar power feed-in tariff review.


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